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I DO HAVE A SUB-ZERO 601F AND I CAN'T KEEP THE SET TEMPERATURE -5 AND THE FREEZER BUILD A LOT OF ICE IN THE BACK PANEL, MAYBE THE DEFROST SYSTEM R DEFECTIVE OR...?

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No,,its more likley to be the thermostat thats set to high, try turning it down a little,,

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